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If it is anything like my 2000 regal the reset button should be inside the fusebox(look in the owners manual for location) and will actually tell you where the reset button is, try turning the ignition switch to the on position(do not start car) hold button in and your light should start flashing and either go out on its own or when you let go of the button good luck.

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